Professor Alvin Richardo (Rick) Little has been appointed to be a Superior Court Judge in Essex County

Seton Hall Law congratulates Rick Little on new appointment to Superior Court Judge in Essex County


Professor Alvin Richardo (Rick) Little has been appointed to be a Superior Court Judge in Essex County. The New Jersey State Senate confirmed Governor Murphy’s nomination on March 25, 2021. Dean Kathleen Boozang attributes his distinguished career to his commitment to justice, fairness, and equity. “Judge Little has carried himself with grace and demonstrated a strong work ethic and commitment to justice, fairness, and equity. Whether teaching Introduction to Lawyering, ascending to be the Assistant Attorney General in Charge of Administrative Practice in Newark within the Attorney General’s Office, or serving as the Director of the state’s Victim of Crime Compensation Office, Judge Little has left a legacy of excellence for his colleagues and future generations of Seton Hall Lawyers to follow. Given his legal acumen and experience, there is no doubt that he will serve the bench with honor and distinction,” said Dean Boozang.

Please join Seton Hall Law in congratulating Judge Little on this new chapter of what continues to be an esteemed legal career.

Senate Confirms 12 New Superior Court Judges, New Jersey Globe (03/25/2021)